WE.AR The Walk: Guilt-free Garments

Have you ever looked through your closet and thought to yourself “I have nothing to wear!”? WE.AR The Walk is a platform that enables you to revive your wardrobe by renting garments made by unique emerging designers for a fraction of the item’s retail price. Typically, the rental price is around 12% of the retail price. So […]

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LIAN & MÉZ: Sophisticated Watches from Pineapples

LIAN & MÉZ is an elegant sustainable watch company from Germany using Piñatex. As you may remember from a previous post, Piñatex is an innovative material made out of pineapple leaf fibers that are gathered by partner farming co-operatives in the Philippines. Manufacturing Piñatex produces new income methods for farmers and creates local business opportunities in pineapple-producing countries. […]

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One Year Blogiversary

Literally Nataly is celebrating it’s one year anniversary today! I can’t believe that I have had this little creative outlet for a year now, and I’m amazed how much it has grown since my very first post. So I wanted to thank you to all of you for tagging along with me on this amazing adventure! A year ago […]

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HollyMae Illustrates: Earth Positive Apparel and Prints

HollyMae Illustrates (HMI) is a UK-based talented illustrator and designer who encourages buyers to consider sustainability in their purchasing choices. HollyMae works with local companies in the UK and designs a range of earth-positive apparel and paper goods. Her quirky designs are both artistically beautiful and fun! Upon graduating from the Arts University College at Bournemouth with […]

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Animaná: Ethical Luxury Knits from Patagonia & The Andes

Animaná is an ethical luxury knitwear brand that promotes the preservation of culture, arts and traditions from Patagonia and the Andes. This brand is a big believer in fair trade, local development and bringing added value and respect to the natural resources of the area where their products are made. Their main purpose is to give a […]

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TAMGA Designs: Fair Fashion from Sustainable Wood

TAMGA Designs is a colourful and vibrant sustainable fair-trade fashion brand made in Indonesia. The brand was founded by three globetrotters from different corners of the world who have collectively travelled to more than 50 different countries. TAMGA Designs reflects their “deep respect for different cultures, traditions, and the planet’s natural systems that keep individuals and businesses alive.” Co-founders Yana […]

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Nokshi Crafts: Ethically Produced Scarves Made in Bangladesh

Nokshi Crafts is a fair-trade brand showcasing ethically-produced and hand-painted silk scarves made in Bangladesh. The brand was founded by Maisha Samiha, a Bangladeshi-born Canadian, after the Rana Plaza disaster in 2013, in which 1,133 people died and another 2,500 were injured, making it the fourth largest industrial disaster in history. The disaster affected her […]

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Ferway Designs: Hello Nicaragua!

Ferway Designs is an exceptional web-boutique that provides a platform in Europe for Nicaraguan ethical fashion brands. The brands showcased in this online platform are both designed and handcrafted in Nicaragua under fair working conditions. Ferway Designs’ vision is “to make ethical the standard within the fashion industry”, something that they consider “far from a modest goal”. […]

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Nette Rose: Flirty Intimates Handmade in South Africa

Nette Rose is a gorgeous handmade intimates brand from South Africa. The brand was founded, designed, and produced by Megan Miller, using local fabric suppliers in Cape Town. In an Elle South Africa article she described how she named her brand “Nette Rose” (pronounced Nettie Rose) after her two “sensational and stylish” grandmothers, Nette, who bought her first pair […]

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Sashka Co Bracelets | Discount Code: LITERALLYNATALY

 A little treat for you lovelies! Sashka Co is a fair trade glass beaded bracelet brand whose products are handcrafted in the Kathmandu Valley in Nepal by local artisans. Every bracelet is handmade carefully, bead-by-bead, by skilled artisans. This brand partners with several organisations in Nepal that train and employ hundreds of artisans in rural communities. […]

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